The Story of Ahikar, from the Aramaic, Syriac, Arabic, Armenian, Ethiopic, Old Turkish, Greek and Slavonic Versions, by F. C.Conybeare, J. Rendel Harris, and Agnes Smith Lewis (Glasgow, 1898). English translations and texts of this wonderful tale in the aforementioned languages. For students of Classical Armenian, this is an excellent example of the pure grabar of the early 5th century. Containing some of the most beautiful grabar outside the Bible, The Story of Ahikar was one of the earliest works translated into Armenian, possibly the work of Mesrop or Sahak. With the Classical Armenian text and English translation in one book, it is a terrific learning tool. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian. Also available at Internet Archive is a recent pdf edition of Matthias Bedrosian's Classical Armenian to English Dictionary, bookmarked by letter of the alphabet.